Operators say they are following the law in terms of the expiry of data bundles, after ICASA announced plans to look into the practice.
The Consumer Goods and Services Ombuds alleges Vodacom, Telkom and Cell C have declined to work with the organisation.
Nearly 2?000 Vodacom, MTN and Cell C customers have been refunded R3 after they were illegally charged for an opt-out SMS.
The National Consumer Commission launches an investigation into consumer complaints of "unfair" cost hikes from mobile operators.
E-commerce platforms are unofficially offering the Apple Watch to South African consumers, but analysts warn purchasing one could be risky.
Before opting for a?call recording solution - regardless of whether it is on-site or cloud-based - SMEs must ensure it is fully compliant, says Matthew Balcomb, CEO of Call Cabinet Southern Africa.
About 55?million South Africans cannot carry over prepaid airtime, because of an artificial interpretation of the law by mobile operators.
Although many consumers are still duped into buying counterfeit goods online, they do have legal protection.
A national do-not-contact registry has yet to be established, and there is no industry-wide solution to SMS spam.
There's gold in SA's census results, but unearthing the value requires a strong mix of technological ability and strategic thinking, says Kevin Greig, sales manager at SS Telecoms.
Tools like Questionmark Perception enable companies to gain company-wide views of compliance-related initiatives, activities and status, says Bytes People Solutions.
Millions of subscribers are losing data they have paid for as the operators stick to current data expiry periods.